QUENDON HALL BLOG
Fidelma and Tim’s Wedding 6th September
Fidelma and Tim’s wedding day had a real jovial feel to it, helped with their choice of decor, from the blue Sashes on the chairs, the Union Jack flags down to Fidelma fabulous “blue” shoes, it all came together to create a great real festival atmosphere.
Fidelma looked stunning in her white elegant bridal gown as she walked down the aisle in our banqueting hall; you could see Tim’s smile grow as she drew closer to him, it really was a very touching moment as they joined hands for the first time that day. The ceremony finished to the rapturous applause from their family and friends upon the first kiss.
Drinks were now being served so everyone could relax and congratulate the newly weds, before they were taken away for some beautiful intimate photos together in and around the main house and gardens, and they then invited their friends and family to join them for some group shots.
The banqueting hall was now been set up ready for the wedding breakfast, everyone made their way into the hall, and found their seats. The volume soon rose as the food and wine was served; the meal was lots of fun with little interludes of bubbles from some of the younger (and older) members of the party.
Once the speeches had taken place, and the cake had been cut everyone then celebrated long into the night with dancing and lots of joyous laughter.
Where did you get engaged and how long had you been together before hand?
“We were together 3 yrs before getting engaged……I proposed!!”
How many venues did you visit before you chose Parklands as your wedding venue?
“We only saw 2 venues before Parklands, we fell in love with it on the first visit even though it was raining. Once we booked Parklands, we could enjoy the rest of the planning as the pressure was off once the venue was chosen and booked. We booked about 13 months in advance.”
What was the hardest thing about planning your wedding day?
“The hardest thing was the linking the vision of how you want the day, but with lots of research and planning this made it easier.”
What were the highlights of your day?
“The highlight of my was day getting ready with my sister and niece and our beautiful and intimate ceremony. The speeches were excellent too.”
Do you have any advice for Bride and Grooms that are just starting their wedding plans?
“My advice would be research research research, be organised so you can enjoy the best day ever.”